Documenting Maine Jewry - Maine Jewish Businesses Lewiston Auburn area * - Alphabetic Order
Maine Jewish Businesses - in alphabetical order

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Name of Business Location Years Known to Operate (Year Ended) Sector
A H Benoits Co Lewiston-Auburn edit
Aaron Berman & Co. Lewiston-Auburn 2002 edit
Advance Auto Auburn 1940s - on-going retail auto edit
Air-Tread Shoe Corp Lewiston-Auburn edit
Almost New Shop Lewiston-Auburn edit
Alpert's Antiques Lisbon St. Lewiston 1970's retail antique shop edit
American Furniture Co Lewiston-Auburn edit
Auburn Wood Heel Co Lewiston-Auburn edit
B Peck Co Lewiston-Auburn edit
Barefoot Trader Lisbon St. Lewiston retail edit
Barker Mill Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Barnstone-Osgood Jewelry Store Lewiston or Auburn 2011 jewelry edit
Bates Manufacturing Lewiston or Auburn 1997 edit
Benson & Sullivan Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Berman and Simmons Lewiston law firm edit
Bernie's Fashions 41 Lisbon St. Lewiston 1961 Mens clothing edit
Bond's Men's Store Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Boston Furniture Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Boston Shoe Store Lewiston or Auburn 2011 shoe edit
Brann & Isaacson 133 Lisbon t Lewiston 1955 edit
Brann and Isaacson Lewiston on - going edit
Brass Rail Lewiston 1950s-1960s mens clothing edit
Brownstein's Clothing Store Lewiston or Auburn 2011 Mens Clothing and Shoes edit
C.F. Brown & Co. Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Cancellation Shoe Court Street Auburn 1950\'s retail shoe store edit
Carrol\'s Cut Rrate Lewiston or Auburn 2011 retail pharamacy edit
Central Auction Room Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Cotrell's Inc Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Crystal Springs Bottling Company 29 Brickyard Circle Auburn 1909 still operating as Crystal Springs Water Co. originally bottled soda edit
Cut Price Market Lewiston or Auburn 2011 retail food edit
Day's Jewelry and Appliance Store Lewiston or Auburn 2011 jewelry and appliances edit
Edward's Clothing Lewiston 1950s-1960s mens clothing edit
Ehrenfried's Department Store Lewiston-Auburn Lewiston-Auburn 1936 edit
Ernest M Shapiro & Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Etc. Shop Lewiston 1950s-1960s gift shop edit
Excel Inc Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Falcon Rule Auburn 1950s-1960s edit
Family Footwear Lewiston 1950s-1960s shoes edit
Finance Co -- Norway Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
First National Tire Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Five and Dime Lewiston or Auburn 2011 general store edit
Flock Buick Co Auburn 1959 retail auto edit
Food Town Lewiston or Auburn 2011 retail food edit
Fortier's Bakery Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Geiger Brothers, Maine Auburn advertizing edit
Gilmour's Paint and Wallpaper Main St. Lewiston 1950s-1960s paint and wallpaper edit
Goldburg & Segal Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Goodkowsky Brothers Auburn 1911 edit
Goodman Wiper & Paper 120 Mill St. Auburn Industrial wiping materials, janitorial supplies, paper products edit
Gordon's Hobby House Lewiston or Auburn 2011 edit
Gordon's Restaurant & Delicatessen 187 Main Street Lewiston 27 1963 Restaurant and Delicatessen edit
Gordon;s Delicatessan Main St Lewiston Restaurant/Delicatessan edit
Greenberg Bros. Lewiston-Auburn 2002 edit
Harding Auto Sales Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Harris M. Isaacson Law Offices (duplicate) LA Lewiston-Auburn 1922 edit
Harry Kominsky's Confectionary Shop Lewiston 1950s-1960s candy edit
Herb's Variety Store Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Highland Mineral Spring Water Lewiston Lewiston 1892 edit
I D Weiner Parlor Bus Lewiston 1950s-1960s taxis and buses edit
International House Lewiston 1950s-1960s gifts/dolls edit
Isaac Miller & Company Miller Street Auburn 1905-1968 1968 Scrap irion, metals, paper, and rags. i.e. Junk Business edit
J Friedman & Co 17 Lisbon ST Lewiston 1872 closed edit
Jason's Gift Shop Lewiston 1950s-1960s giftware edit
L.E. Brown & Co. Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Leonard's Shoe Store Lewiston 1950s-1960s shoes edit
Leonard's Upholstery Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Lewiston Hardward & Plumbing Supply Co 71 Lisbon St Lewiston 1955 hardware edit
Lewiston-Auburn Harward [sic] Company LA Lewiston-Auburn 1977 edit
Louie's Clothing and Shoe Store 281 Lisbon Street Lewiston 1930 to the present Mens clothing and footwear current proprietor Morris Silverman edit
Lown Shoes Inc Auburn shoe manufacturing edit
Lown Wood Heel Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
M Alpern Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
M Brosonstern Lisbon St Lewiston, edit
M. Winner & Co. Holland St Lewiston Junk Dealer Owner Morris Winner edit
Maine Land Farms Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Maine Shoes Inc Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Max Miller & Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
McDonald Hill co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Mendelson Bros. Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Miller & Welch Lewiston-Auburn 2003 edit
Miller/'s Lewiston or Auburn 2011 edit
Mills Advertise Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Minnie Halperin Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Myer Canter Footwear Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
National Tailor Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
New England Furniture Lewiston or Auburn 2011 furniture edit
New England home Equipment Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
New Method Cleaners Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
North American Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
NY Pawn & Loan Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Panther Moccasin Railroad St Auburn Shoe Manufacturing Owmed by Max and Morris Mersky of Portland edit
Paper Box Factory Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co (Auburn) Auburn edit
Perry's Clothing Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Persky's Market Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Pick Furriers Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Pilgrim Shoe Co. Auburn 1926 edit
Pioneer Plastic Hampshire Street Auburn Sold Plastic laminate (Formica) firsts and remnants edit
Polep Candy Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Progressive Bakery 8 South Main St Auburn 1955 bakery edit
Prospect Electric Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Puritan Clothing Store Lisbon Street Lewiston 1910 Retail clothing edit
Restaurant on Main St Lewiston LA Lewiston 1977 edit
Ritz Theater Lewiston 1950s-1960s movie theater edit
Riverside Market Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Rock Maple Wood Heel Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
S. A Isaacson & Co. Lewiston-Auburn 2002 edit
Samson Furniture Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Sanitary Market Lisbon Lewiston 2011 - 2013 Market Owner was Louis Abromson (My Grandfather) edit
Sanitary Market Lewiston-Auburn 1955 1986 Food Store Became the Food Town supermarkets in Lewiston & Auburn & Rumford “Sanitary Market, owned by Louis Abromson of Lewiston and Auburn. Celia Abromson Supovitz worked alongside her father Louis as did her brothers Ben and John. The two brothers turned it into a chain of three (or more?) modern supermarkets in Lewiston. Auburn and Rumford until their son Michael sold it all to Hannaford Brothers in 1986. “ (Provided by Jim Hurwitz) edit
Shapiro Bros Shoe Co Inc Auburn 1955 manufacturers of smart shoes for women edit
Shapiro Brothers Lewiston or Auburn 2011 edit
Shapiro's Pawn Shop Lewiston 1950s-1960s pawn shop edit
Shapiro\'s Real Estate Lewiston edit
Sharlaine Products Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Shiffer's Market Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Singer Realty co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Skelton, Taintor and Abbott, PA Lewiston edit
Skolnick Brothers Lewiston 1950s-1960s mens and ladies clothing Julius/Kalman Skolnick (brothers) edit
Stanwood Company Lewiston-Auburn 2002 edit
Star Millinery Lewiston or Auburn 2011 edit
Stein & Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Stewart Men's Clothings Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Structual Steel Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Style Clothing Company 318 Lisbon Street Lewiston 1927-1983 \"Ladies Garments, Men\'s Clothing\" From Lewiston Daily Sun 1/6/83: After 55 years of faithful service to his Lewiston patrons, Morris Supovitz has decided to close his clothing store at 318 Lisbon St., but he wanted to help needy people. So when The Style Clothing Co. was going out of business, he donated all of the clothes to the Androscoggin Valley Red Cross. Susan Hirsch, executive director of the Red Cross, said the 82-year-old Supovitz donated more than $10,000 worth of clothes Thursday and that the Red Cross plans to sell it off to raise money. edit
Tarr's Market Lewiston 1910s - early 1930s grocery edit
The Blue Store Lewiston 1886 - 1930 edit
The Mirror Lewiston 2003 edit
The Scolnik Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
The Sharlane Store Lewiston or Auburn 1997 edit
The Women's Shop Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Twin City Beverage Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Twin City Tire Co Auburn edit
Union Sq Taxi Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Union Sq Travel Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Value House Lewiston 1950s-1960s dept store hard goods edit
Ward Bros Lisbon St Lewiston 1988 Women's clothing edit
Ward Brothers Lewiston or Auburn 2011 retail clothing edit
Wilfred Goodman Co Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
Wise Pawn Shop Lewiston 1950s-1960s pawn shop edit
Youth Center Lewiston 1950s-1960s clothing for children edit
Zellen's Men's Shop Lewiston-Auburn 1955 edit
[Britva gift shop] Lewiston 1950s-1960s gift shop edit

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